With thorough planning and the right tools, employee training programmes can help organisations achieve optimum productivity and higher performance which in turn leads to increased profitability.

Training & Development Asia, the region’s only learning & development conference for HR leaders and learning & development specialists, will show how organisations can translate corporate training & development techniques into enhanced workforce productivity and company profitability.

“Learning & development is not just about providing people technical knowledge and skills but also shaping their perspectives and work attitude,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine.

Training & Development Asia 2016 will demonstrate the role HR plays in ensuring that development programmes are tailored to the organisation’s’ needs.”

Training & Development Asia 2016 is a two-day regional conference for HR managers and senior learning & development specialists which will take place in Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore in June.

In his presentation entitled “Linking learning and development programmes to your business strategies to improve performance,” Anubhav Shrivastava, global talent architect at Accenture, will stress the importance of aligning organisational targets with employee life goals. Shrivastava will also reveal how to develop a plan on developing and communicating change from the employee’s perspective. The steps in integrating change management and L&D programmes for greater effectiveness and efficiency will also be laid out.

Meanwhile, Ling Hsern-Wei, general manager for human capital at PWC, will explain the impact of the 70:20:10 rule on workforce productivity and how the system can be effectively carried out.

Channeling positivity for productivity will be the core of the presentation entitled “Applying a positive thought process in the workplace to make it successful.” Led by Cilia Rasasegram, GM for people and culture at iCar Asia, the discussion will unveil tactical ways and practices that can promote positive thinking in the workforce. The strong correlation between change management and positivity will also be established.

Shell’s global head for L&D, Roman Sidhu, will focus on the ROI of training programmes for his presentation entitled “Unlocking employee productivity through training & development.” He will emphasise the importance of comparative evaluation techniques in improving training programmes that truly boost productivity. Sidhu will also show how visible targeted results can be achieved by systematically managing learning investments.

Among the leading companies represented in past Training & Development Asia conferences were AXA, KPMG, Sanofi, Seagate Technology, Shell, Singapore Telecommunications, Visa and many more. All presenters & panellists, such as Elma Diala-Pangilinan, HR business partner and head for learning and organisational development of Nielsen Company, are director or vice president level HR professionals with regional responsibility.

Held in Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore in June 2016, Training & Development Asia is the region’s biggest conference on learning & development strategy. The two-day annual event is focused on best practice corporate learning strategy, features an agenda dominated by case studies and leading global thought leadership, and attracts a large audience of senior HR generalists and learning & development specialists as well as and CEOs, CFOs and COOs closely involved in their companies’ learning & development strategy.

To get a global and Pan-Asian regional view of learning & development and to increase your knowledge and skills across the corporate learning spectrum do not miss Training & Development Asia in June 2016.

To review the topics & agenda, check out the stellar speaker list and reserve your seat visit www.traininganddevelopment.asia before it’s sold out. For more information please contact:

- Hong Kong: Angela Tong: Tel: +852 2861 1882, Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

- Kuala Lumpur: Ren Torres, Tel: +65 6423 03928, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

- Singapore: Hemalatha Siranjeevi, Tel: +65 6423 03928, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.